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Mike Stevens | Oct, 02 2008 | 4 Comments

Over the past week or so, we’ve shared with you the few glimpses we’d been given of the Lamborghini Estoque: a front-engined four-door supercar. Those things seem to be all the rage right now.

Lamborghini wasn’t intending to show us all the full car until the Paris Motor Show, but a French website has gotten its hands on photos of the whole pie and opted to make the most of it.

Aside from the LP640/Reventon-like front intakes, the Estoque signals a massive departure from the Lamborghini design language of the last decade.

Smooth flowing curves replace the typical Lambo 'wedge', perhaps with the intention of making it more family-friendly (if you've got an oil well and rug-rats).


Aggressive, narrow headlights and those huge intakes reveal the car’s intentions however, as it is expected to be powered by the Gallardo LP560-4’s 417kW V10 engine and all-wheel-drive system.

Despite its concept status, the Estoque is rumoured to be planned for production in 2010 to compete with Porsche and Aston Martin’s upcoming Panamera and Rapide four-door cars.

Keep an eye out for this one at Paris.

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